Category Archives: Films

Responding to Global Weirdness & Local Brightness

Jon Quitslund “We are gripped by multiple scleroses, unable to get our arms around any of the problems staring us in the face….Will a catastrophe shake us from our slumber?”  (part of an online comment by ‘Cassandra’ from Colorado) I’ll … Continue reading

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The Cuban Sustainability Experience

Several years ago, Sustainable Bainbridge sponsored a film entitled The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil. It was a powerful story about the struggle of the Cuban people following the loss of support from the Soviet Union, focused … Continue reading

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Matinees that Matter: Back to the Garden

I attended a showing of Kevin Tomlinson’s documentary film, Back to the Garden, and took part in a lively Q & A following the film, featuring not only the director and his wife, but one of the women profiled in … Continue reading

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